AceShowbiz - Kylie Jenner isn't into a content creator trying to gain clout by using her name. The makeup mogul has called out a TikTok user, who is also an Instacart worker, for lying about hearing her son crying at her house.
On Wednesday, July 6, Pablo Tamayo, who has more than 400,000 followers on TikTok, posted a video saying he delivered an order to Kylie's house in Los Angeles. He said he picked up a $12 pack of pepperoni from the high-end grocery store Erewhon in West Hollywood and drove it to her home, which he said he recognized from photos online.
Seemingly ranting about not getting enough tip, Pablo began in the video which was filmed from his car, "This b***h could have paid me more." He said, "It's under the name of Ashton, so I'm guessing it's for her assistant or something."
Pablo claimed he was instructed not to leave the delivery outside but "that I have to call and I have to go through the gate." The video then showed Pablo walking up to a residence and asking a person there, "Is this Kylie Jenner's house?"
The clip then cut back to Pablo in his car. "I just went in Kylie's house," he continued, noting that he was greeted by a man who walked him past the gate and "through this little pathway with like a river beneath it."
While Pablo said that he was told to leave the delivery by the front door, he claimed that he got to "look into the whole house" before leaving. "I see all these assistants, all these maids and s**t," he detailed, before referencing Kylie's 4-year-old daughter and her newborn son. "I didn't see Kylie, I didn't see Stormi, but I swear I heard a baby scream."
In the caption, Pablo claimed he "CANNOT MAKE THIS S**T UP," but Kylie begged to differ. Shutting down his claims, Kylie posted a video on her own TikTok page showing her making a salami and pepperoni sandwich.
In the comment section, she appeared to respond to Pablo's video. "no one comes through the gate! the river ?? no river," the 24-year-old said in the since-deleted message, before alleging that the Instacart worker was lying. "the lying for attention rubs me the wrong way sorry," she fumed.
"i did not order this myself. !" Kylie continued explaining. "he WAS tipped through the app. lied too about seeing through my windows and hearing my son cry. ??"
To those who might wonder what her message was about, the Kylie Cosmetics founder wrote in the comment of the same video, "if you don't know what i'm talking about," she said, "just carry on."